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  • It's Yasiel Puig who unnerves Braves, energizes Dodgers

     It's Yasiel Puig who unnerves Braves, energizes Dodgers
    ATLANTA — October, we'd like you to meet Yasiel Puig. Now duck. The Dodgers rookie stormed into his first postseason Thursday night at Turner Field with the wild swings, crazy sprints, bold throws, and a smiling swagger. The Atlanta Braves tried...
  • Dodgers will face Braves in division series

    Dodgers will face Braves in division series
    While the Dodgers were on their way to dropping a 2-1 decision to the Colorado Rockies in their regular-season finale Sunday at Dodger Stadium, they learned whom they face in the National League division series. The St. Louis Cardinals secured the...
  • Splitting is a headache for the Dodgers

     Splitting is a headache for the Dodgers
    ATLANTA -- This was a game the Dodgers could have won. They could have boarded their charter flight to Los Angeles on Friday night with a commanding lead over the Atlanta Braves in the National League division series. Instead, the Braves' 4-3...
  • Dodgers defeat Atlanta, win NLDS thanks to the power of Juan Uribe

     Dodgers defeat Atlanta, win NLDS thanks to the power of Juan Uribe
    This was supposed to be Clayton Kershaw's night. It turned into Juan Uribe's. Uribe launched an eighth-inning offering by David Carpenter high into the October sky, sending the Dodgers to 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves and to the National League...
  • Dodgers' ace trumps Braves in postseason opener, 6-1

    Dodgers' ace trumps Braves in postseason opener, 6-1
    ATLANTA — If Clayton Kershaw continues to pitch the way he did Thursday night, the long-term contract to which the Dodgers intend to sign him this winter could cost them even more than they expect. That's fine with minority owner Magic Johnson,...
  • Clayton Kershaw strikes out 12 as Dodgers defeat Braves, 6-1

    Clayton Kershaw strikes out 12 as Dodgers defeat Braves, 6-1
    The Dodgers looked like that team from midsummer that stormed to the top of the division, while Clayton Kershaw looked a lot like the pitcher they’ve seen all season. It all proved too much for the Atlanta Braves, who saw the Dodgers jump out to a...
  • Dodgers come up short, again and again, in 4-3 loss to Braves

    Dodgers come up short, again and again, in 4-3 loss to Braves
    One day after almost everything went right for the Dodgers, precious little did. They received a strong outing from Zack Greinke and Hanley Ramirez had three extra-base hits, but otherwise little fell into place Friday in their 4-3 loss in Game 2 of...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': Jep Robertson Mum About Controversy; Cracker Barrel Pulls Items

    As the debate rages on about the fate of "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson, one of his sons kept mum about the turmoil surrounding his family on Saturday during a long-scheduled appearance at a "Duck Dash" 5K marathon in Atlanta. Meanwhile, the...
  • Atlanta Braves say they're moving out of Turner Field

    What is the life span of a modern stadium? About 20 years, if you ask the Atlanta Braves. The Braves announced plans Monday to move from Turner Field to a new ballpark in suburban Cobb County. The Braves said the new park would open for the 2017...
  • Turner Field will be demolished, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says

    Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says the city will demolish Turner Field after the Braves leave for a new stadium in the suburbs in 2017. Let's see, Turner Field cost $209 million to build when it opened in 1996. It will be torn down 21 years later. Where's my...
  • Johny Hendricks traveled a long road to fight Georges St-Pierre

    Johny Hendricks traveled a long road to fight Georges St-Pierre
    On Nov. 12, 1993, when the first UFC went live on pay-per-view, a young fourth grader named Johny Hendricks was a sports obsessed busybody at Will Rogers Elementary in Edmond, Okla. Hendricks has grown up with the sport and now 20 years later he has the...